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A good base runner will
  1. Fight hard off and fight hard back.
  2. Take half his lead if the pitcher is not on the rubber.
  3. Work fast on the bases to apply pressure base running.
  4. Round first base and make the outfielder stop the play.
  5. All of the above.
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With a base runner at second base and a fly ball hit to left, the base runner should:
  1. Tag up in order to advance.
  2. Get help from the third base coach.
  3. Only get off part way as he reads the play.
  4. None of the above.
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A good base runner will avoid making:
  1. The first and third out at 3rd base.
  2. The 2nd out at third base.
  3. Any outs at 3rd base.
  4. The 3rd out at 2nd base.
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Whats the "check list" for a base runner?
  1. Know the outs, situation and the importance of your run.
  2. Know where the outfielders are located.
  3. checking the pitcher to see if he is on the rubber.
  4. None of the above.
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A "slider" is:
  1. A pitch thrown with a rotation.
  2. A fast pitch that is known to move from side to side.
  3. A ball thrown faster than any other pitch.
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What does staying with the ball mean to a base runner?
  1. It means picking up the base coach while running.
  2. It means reading the play.
  3. It means watching the flight of the ball from the pitcher to home plate.
  4. It means never taking your eyes off the ball while running the bases.
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After hitting the ball, the batter will head to first and glance at the ball:
  1. One time.
  2. Two times.
  3. Three times
  4. As many times as necessary.
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Batter runners are taught to
  1. Run hard
  2. Run with their head down.
  3. Run what you hit.
  4. Run interference.
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Once a base runner has taken his primary lead at second base, he should begin creeping into his secondary lead:
  1. As soon as possible.
  2. When the pitcher comes set.
  3. When the pitcher makes his first motion to home.
  4. None of the above.
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The proper lead at second base is:
  1. Left-right-left-right-scissor-scissor-and adjust.
  2. Two straight, four shuffle.
  3. Four shuffle and two straight.
  4. Three shuffle and three straight.
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On a delayed steal the runner should:
  1. Shuffle twice and break for second base.
  2. Shuffle four times and break for second while avoiding a run down.
  3. Shuffle-stare-read.
  4. Take three shuffles squared off to the plate, head on a swivel, looking in, and break for second as he stares at the ball the entire way.
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As a rule of thumb when running the bases, the runner should look in the following order:
  1. Ball-base-ball
  2. Base-ball-base
  3. Ball-coach-base
  4. Base-coach-ball
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When should the base runner "steal-stare-read"?
  1. During a bunt play.
  2. On a run and hit play.
  3. On a hit and run play.
  4. When stealing bases.
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